Welcome to Broseley Library
Please see Library information and upcoming events below
Located in the centre of town the library provides a local hub, with access to both the Library Service, Bookstart, information point and computers for residents and visitors to the town.
For information about the Shropshire Libraries and online library services visit:
Library opening hours
- Monday 10-1:30pm & 2-5pm
- Tuesday Closed
- Wednesday Closed
- Thursday 10-1:30pm & 2-5pm
- Friday 10-1:30pm & 2-5pm
- Saturday 9:30am – 1pm
Where the Library is closed on a bank holiday Monday, we will reopen on Tuesday following the bank holiday closure.
Digital Support for 65+
Lacking confidence with a mobile phone or tablet? Want to know how to make the most of being online? Broseley Library can offer you one-to-one sessions, beginning in January 2023, with one of our friendly, trained volunteers.
Please pop in to see us, or ring Broseley Library on 01952 884119, for more information.
Local Family History Sessions
If you’ve always wanted to find out more about your family’s history, then why not book a one-to-one advice session, with our Local and Family History Research volunteer?
Every first Thursday including school holidays 10:15-11am for children under 5 years old.
Please book in advance with the Library Staff, Telephone 01952 884119 or call in to the Library.
Sessions will run on every 2nd Thursday of the month, between 11am – 12pm, on the following dates:
12 October, 9 November and 14 December.
The Daytime Readers will meet every 3rd Thursday of the month, between 11-12pm.
Friday Craft Club
Places are limited so, if you would like to join us you’ll need to reserve your place by speaking to a member of the library staff.
Why not join us every FRIDAY a.m. From 11-1pm for a friendly game?
We guarantee you won’t be bored!
Thursday 26th October – Author, Michael V.E. Dunn will be telling his story at 2.30 p.m
Why not join us for a fascinating talk about the iconic Caledonian Railway?
Mike has spent the last ten years researching material for his newly published book, “Caledonian Railway Miscellany”, which illustrates all aspects of the Caledonian Railway.
Signed copies of his book will be available for the special discounted price of £35.00. (Anyone wishing to purchase a copy will need to pay by cash or cheque.)
Thursday 2nd November – Storytime with local children’s author Roy Bradshaw
10.15—11.00 “Konk the Crocodile” 11.30—12.30 “Barley’s Biscuit”
Please book your place in advance with the library staff.
Thursday 9th November – Author, Jo Jackson will be telling her story at 2.30 p.m
Why not join us for a chance to find out what inspires Jo, her approach to the writing process and enjoy readings from her latest novel, “They Speak of Night”?
Tea and Coffee will be available during the events.
The Library building is available to hire. For more information call into the library or view our policy here: Library Hire Policy